Oxygenated water has become a fad. Proponents claim it enhances the body's content of oxygen and gives a boost to energy and overall vitality. Read the promises carefully. They do not claim any benefit that can not be equally claimed for drinking plain, old tap water. Still, you may prefer the taste or frothiness of oxygenated water. If so, make it cheaply, for the Food & Drug Administration does not recognize any health benefits that accrue from drinking oxygenated water beyond those that accrue from drinking ordinary water.
Things You'll Need
- Water cooler
- Jar with a fitted cap or lid
Set up an ordinary water cooler near an electrical outlet.
Plug in an ordinary household blender next to the water cooler. Next to it set the jar with the fitted cap or lid.
Pour water into the blender when you want a drink. Blend at any speed for as long as you like.
Fill jar half full of water in case of a power failure. Replace the lid and shake vigorously.
Pour water into a drinking cup after blending or shaking. You now have a cup of oxygenated water to drink.
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